Have you ever thought about where scrap metal ends up after it’s recycled? With the probability of depleting natural resources and with increasing concerns about the environment, recycling different types of metals is vital.
Whether you’re working on the plumbing of a property or conducting a thorough clean out which will result in a lot of scrap metal being produced, you’re probably thinking about hiring a skip. After all, it’s the easiest way to dispose of your scrap metal, right?
However, there are some considerations to keep in mind before jumping in and hiring a skip for your project.
Here at Morecambe Metals, we provide a comprehensive scrap metal collection service which can be a better option for many – especially if you need bulk collection. So, as a tradesman, should you opt for skip hire or a full scrap metal collection service? And what do you need to know before using either?
Although we’re experts in the scrap metal recycling of both ferrous and non-ferrous metals here at Morecambe Metals, we understand that many people are looking for ways to reduce the amount of scrap metal that they produce to help our environment.
Our recycling service helps our customers drastically cut their carbon footprint, but what if you want to cut that even more? The answer is simple; reduce the amount of scrap that you produce in the first place!
Can all Metals Be Recycled?
Often all metals are recyclable, metals are one of the easiest materials to recycle. One advantage is that most of it can be recycled again and again without changing its properties. Metals include cast iron, stainless steel, aluminium, copper and many more.
At Morecambe Metals, we have been recycling, processing, and distributing scrap metal for over 35 years. Today, we recycle up to 2000 tonnes of ferrous scrap metal in a week, so can you imagine how much scrap metal we have recycled and processed over the years?
It is an incredibly important process, and we have decided to take you on a journey as to why you should recycle your scrap metal, instead of throwing it in the general waste.
Morecambe Metals have been recycling, processing, and distributing scrap metal for over 35 years, and if there’s one thing that we can say, it is that an average day at our Morecambe site is incredibly busy. From the vast array of metals that we process to everything that happens in the office, we will let you take a peek into what our lives are like here at Morecambe Metals. Continue reading “Day in the Life at Morecambe Metals”
Welcome to the brand new Morecambe Metals blog! We’d like to take a moment and thank you for stopping by; if you’re a new visitor, we hope you find everything you need, and for those returning visitors to our site, welcome back!
We can’t wait to start sharing some content with you; but first, we thought it would be polite to introduce ourselves and tell you a little bit more about who we are and what we do. Continue reading “Morecambe Metals: Who Are We?”